Michelle v. Michelle: Michelle Malkin spoofs Michelle Obama Evolution of Dance video

Conservative blogger Michelle Malkin’s getting a splash of hateraide from the Left this week for a hysterical video she posted on her website early Sunday morning that spoofs Michelle Obama’s “Evolution of Mom Dancing.”

It all started Friday night when the First Lady appeared on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” Friday to promote her “Let’s Move Initiative” which is celebrating it’s third anniversary this year. Obama and Fallon parodied the Evolution of Dance series with a very funny “Evolution of Mom Dancing” video that included moves like the “Raise the Roof,” the “Sprinkler” and the “Dougie.”

In response, Malkin posted a witty “Evolution of Liberal Dance” video on her website with a non-combative message that said absolutely nothing rude about the First Lady or her dancing.

In Malkin’s video she does the “Raise the Debt Ceiling,” the “Finger of Blame,” the “Diggie” (Obama’s spending sinkhole and several other hysterical dance moves with names that slam on liberals (my favorite is the the “Stimulus” (Let it Rain) ).

via Buzzfeed

Malkin’s video has attracted more than 60,000 views in two days. While many of the comments are supportive of the parody video, Malkin’s liberal trolls are out in full force, with a commenter named Geoff Mosley noting that, “usually she looks like a rabid dog foaming at the mouth spewing dumb hateful ideas. Maybe she should consider keeping the bangs, smile, and fun and become a democrat and have some fun and do something useful and constructive with her life.”

Yikes, making things a little personal aren’t we Geoff?

 

Watch Michelle Malkin’s and Michelle Obama’s equally funny videos below and let us know in the comments section which Michelle you thought danced it best!

 


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